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Archaeology breakthrough: Mystery of 'unusual' 3.7 million-year-old human fooprints solved

Archaeology breakthrough: Mystery of 'unusual' 3.7 million-year-old human fooprints solved

AN ARCHEOLOGICAL mystery more than three million years in the making has finally been solved after researchers examined a set of prehistoric footprints in Tanzania. Discovered in 1976 by British archaeologist Mary Leakey, the so-called "Lateoli Footprints" have both fascinated and confused researchers. After researchers excavated one set of prints at Lateoli,...

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